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KSFR Local
1:38 pm
Fri July 19, 2013

July 19 At Noon: Today's top local news headlines & features. (listen)

After local news, we have a discussion with an agent from the DEA about a new drug tip text line -- TIP 411 -- that'll be part of a public awareness campaign in Santa Fe & Rio Arriba counties.  We'll also speak with the Secretary of Taxation & Revenue as that department auctions off unclaimed properties next week in Albuquerque.  Those items and more, plus 60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen. 

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KSFR Local
7:15 am
Fri July 19, 2013

July 19 First News: State's Jobs Council meets to spur employment. (listen)

In Albuquerque today, there will be a 2nd public meeting of the state’s Jobs Council.  It was created by lawmakers earlier this year in the legislative session with the express purpose of looking at job creation over the next ten years.  House Speaker Ken Martinez says the hope is to bring statewide employment back to pre-recession levels….***clip

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KSFR Local
1:19 pm
Thu July 18, 2013

July 18 AT NOON: The day's top local news headlines & features. (listen)

After local news, we have a conversation with NM House Speaker Ken Martinez ahead of tomorrow's next public meeting of the newly created Jobs Council seeking ways to restore the state's employment rate to pre-recession levels.  We also catch up with Attorney General Gary King about his investigation of alleged fraud by providers of mental health & substance abuse services in New Mexico. Those items and more plus 60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen.

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KSFR Local
7:17 am
Thu July 18, 2013

July 18 First News: Federal sequester cuts shutter 2 Santa Fe Head Start Centers. (listen)

Federal sequestration cuts are forcing the closure of two Head Start centers in Santa Fe County. The closures were announced by Presbyterian Medical Services which oversees the programs in four counties. Federal funding for Presbyterian's efforts has been cut by some $700,000. Shuttering their doors now are the Chimayó Head Start Center and another on the Institute of American Indian Arts campus. 10 other Head Start Centers in Santa Fe County are not affected.

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You can find important Northern New Mexico Radio Foundation board documents here.

KSFR Local
1:18 pm
Wed July 17, 2013

July 17 AT NOON: Today's top local news headlines and features. (listen)

After local news headlines, we speak with the New Mexico Dept. of Health about their new initiative to network healthcare practitioners to stem public health crises. The, a conversation with the Santa Fe Association Realtors and higher sales reported amid lower inventories. And...New Mexico's Rail Runner Express celebrates it 7th birthday.  Those items and more plus 60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen.

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KSFR Local
7:15 am
Wed July 17, 2013

July 17 First News: Former APD officer acquitted in murder case. (listen)

Former Albuquerque police officer Levi Chavez has been acquitted of 1st degree murder charges in the 2007 shooting death of his wife. He had maintained his innocence saying her death was a suicide.  The case drew much attention statewide with tales of extra-marital affairs and evidence tampering by Albuquerque police. Jurors rendered their “not guilty” verdict after some 10 hours of deliberations that began Monday following weeks of testimony.

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KSFR Local
1:17 pm
Tue July 16, 2013

July 16 At Noon: The day's top local news headlines & features. (listen)

Following local news, a report on the possibility for flooding in Santa Fe and how you might prepare for it. We also hear from Senator Martin Heinrich from Washington, D.C.  And Tourism Secretary Monique Jacobsen talsk about how locals can ensure that tourists in New Mexico have a pleasant visit.  Those items plus 60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen.

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KSFR Local
7:16 am
Tue July 16, 2013

July 16 First News: Santa Fe ban on single-use plastic bags moves forward. (listen)

Santa Fe’s Finance Committee has endorsed that proposed ban within city limits of single use, plastic bags. Merchants would be permitted to use paper bags albeit at a minimum cost of ten cents each. The measure has the support of Mayor Coss and seven of eight city councilors with District 4’s Ron Trujillo not officially onboard. The proposed ban is headed for public hearing at City Hall in late August.

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